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SideDish on TV Audition: From The Shores Of The Trinity by Jon Alexis

You didn’t think Jon Alexis of TJ’s Seafood Market would ignore this challenge did you? Gotta hand it to him, he’s the hardest working man is the fish biz. Here’s his idea for a local show: This is clearly demo-quality only,all first takes, and the video editing is mediocre at best. Audio gets out of whack for […]

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SideDish on TV Audition: Neysa Osborne and Food Trends of 2013

Today marks day ten of my campaign to pursue Wick Allison to put SideDish on TV. I’ve put out a call to anyone interested in hosting their own show. So far, we’ve viewed five contenders. You can watch their audition tapes below the one I present now. Meet Neysa Osborne: Neysa Osborne, cookbook connoisseur and aspiring author, works by […]

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SideDish on TV Audition: Blaine Duhe

Last week, I started a campaign to get SideDish on TV. So far, That Sports Girl Gina Miller, has thrown in her two cents and we’ve published not one or two audition tapes for potential hosts, we’ve presented three! Here’s a little background on our next potential star, Blaine Duhe. Blaine Duhe’s culinary tale started in a home kitchen inSouth Louisiana.  There, […]

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SideDish on TV Audition: Dave Little, Jason Meyer, Jeff Hays, Don Cento

These dudes have already produced a fun video on tacos in Dallas. Here’s their pitch: The Show: Little at Large Abstract: Dave Little goes around town, man on the street style, interviewing local celebrities, chefs, and musicians, etc. The idea is to show “real” Dallas culture from the perspective of somebody who is involved in […]

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That Sports Girl, Gina Miller, Wants SideDish on TV

Gina Miller is a mom, wife, sports anchor/ reporter (CBS News and TXA 21), television host (pre-and-post Mavs, Stars, Cowboys, and Ranger games),  blogger, tweeter, Facebooker, YouTubette,Dallas native, nice person, and loyal reader of SideDish. Those of us who are lucky enough to know Gina refer to her as That Sports Girl, which is also her […]

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Call for Video Auditions: Do You Want to Star on SideDish TV?

Wick Allison, D Magazine’s chairman and editor in chief, is in the process of developing a local television channel called D-TV. So far, he has refused to consider any type of local, food-related show. He’s out of town this week so I’m gonna run his show. If you have an idea for a food show, leave […]

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SideDish Exclusive: D Magazine Owner Wick Allison Exposed as a Closet Foodie!

I’ve known Wick Allison, the editor in chief and owner of D Magazine, since 1974AD. He’s an intelligent man in so many ways. However he doesn’t know bupkis about bagels, baba ganoush, or Bordeaux. He is a culinary ignoramus. Wick’s idea of a perfect meal is a tuna sandwich with extra mayonnaise on toast, served with fries. […]

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